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What is a welsh rabbit?

The Welsh word for rabbit is cwningen In case you mean "Welsh rarebit" ("Welsh rabbit") it is a dish made of melted cheese, milk or cream, seasonings, and sometimes ale, served over toast or crackers. Full Answer

What is the origin of Welsh rarebit?

Well rarebit is a corruption of rabbit , the dish was originally called Welsh Rabbit but Francis Grose mistakenly derived the term in his slang dictionary in 1785. Why it should be called Welsh is a matter of conjecture… Full Answer

What foods are traditionally made in Wales?

Wales has a variety of traditional national dishes. Welsh cakes, or 'pics' in Wenglish, are the most common, but other Welsh cusine includes bara brith (literally 'speckled cake'), cawl (soup made with Welsh lamb which also often contains leeks, one… Full Answer

What is in the recipe known as Welsh Rarebit?

Welsh Rarebit or Rabbit is a Welsh (Irish, Scottish, English) dish popular in Taverns. It doesn't contain any real Rabbit though. It's ingredients are a combination of flour, butter, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, cream, salt, pepper, a few drops of… Full Answer

Why do people call wales 'Welsh wales'?

This generally means "Welsh-speaking Wales" -- a reference to those areas of the country where the Welsh language is commonly spoken, although sometimes people say "Welsh Wales" when they simply mean those parts of the country which look and feel… Full Answer